Lower GI endoscopy at a glance: diagnosis, treatment and future advances

10, 11 and 12 November

Overview

'Lower GI endoscopy at a glance: diagnosis, treatment and future advances'

Lower GI endoscopy at a glance: diagnosis, treatment and future advances Lecture is an outstanding programme taking place on 10, 11 and 12 November, providing the opportunity to hear from a fantastic UK and international faculty.

The programme for the lecture is as follows:

COLONOSCOPY – GET THE BASICS RIGHT

The perfect colonoscopy technique – maximise mucosal visualisation and minimise discomfort

How can I improve my adenoma detection rate (ADR)?

Virtual exhibition and break

New technology demonstrations & Individual virtual meetings

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN COLONOSCOPY
Colorectal polyps – detect, characterise and more…

GI Genius – Medtronic

Discovery – Pentax

Endobrain – Olympus

ReiLi – Fuji

Virtual exhibition and break

New technology demonstrations & Individual virtual meetings

 

ENDOSCOPIC ASSESSMENT AND ADVANCED IMAGING

Endoscopic diagnosis of colorectal lesions (morphology, pit pattern and spectral imaging)

Endoscopic assessment of colitis - Dr Bu Hayee, King’s College London

Sessile serrated lesions – identification, assessment and management

Advanced imaging classifications made simple (10 mins each);
- I scan
- BLI / LCI
- NBI

Colon capsule – where are we now?

LIVE Q&A

ENDOSCOPIC RESECTION OF COLORECTAL POLYPS

Diminutive polyps – what should we do? - Dr John Anderson, Consultant Gastroenterologist

Endoscopic mucosal resection, indications, techniques and outcomes

Endoscopic submucosal dissection, indications, techniques and outcomes

The King’s approach – decision making EMR, ESD or TEM/TAMIS for rectal polyps

New technology demonstrations & Individual virtual meetings

CHALLENGING POLYPS AND ADVANCED RESECTION

The perfect lifting solution for advanced endoscopic resection

Dealing with Fibrosis; Scope of the problem – fibrosis, scarred lesions – what should we do? - Amyn Haji (10 mins each);
- Full thickness resection?
- ESD for scarred lesions?
- EndoRotor?

Case discussions for difficult polyps – Expert panel;
- Appendiceal orifice lesions
- Anorectal lesions
- Fully circumferential lesions

Virtual exhibition and break

New technology demonstrations & Individual virtual meetings

TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM - ADVANCED RESECTION PLATFORMS

How should I manage difficult access? Is DiLumen an option?

Robotic endoscopy – can we make ESD easier and quicker? -

Closing remarks and final online quiz for delegates

LIVE Q&A

 

Programme Directors:

Mr Amyn Haji, Consultant Colorectal & Laparoscopic Surgeon, King’s College Hospital
Dr Bu’ Hussain Hayee, Consultant Gastroenterologist, King’s College Hospital

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